News for Central Kids Morrinsville
On Thursday 6 July we celebrated Matariki with shared kai – vegetable soup, rewena and fried bread with our whānau. We signed Tirama, Tirama (Twinkle Twinkle Little Star) to our families, made stars and shared our Matariki Story. Matariki is … Continue reading
On Monday's and Thursday's we have Vicky Stewart come in to take yoga with the children and teachers for half an hour. She is showing us how to breathe deeply, stretch and balance. Her exercises help us to be flexible … Continue reading
In April, Sofia's Mum Cecilia came in to show us how to make tacos, a traditional food from Mexico. First the children made the dough. Secondly they prepared the fillings; lettuce from our garden, cheese, tomato and avocado. The children … Continue reading
The children went on a walk to Morrinsville School, where they had the opportunity to extend their physical skills on the climbing structures. They enjoyed the challenges this equipment provided.
On the 20th September, our kindergarten went to Morrinsville School to participate in the Matamata Piako Cultural Festival. Our whānau and friends watched us perform on the big stage and we sand and danced with confidence. Later we went back … Continue reading
Waiata me kanikani | performed by Sharon & Alan Holt Sharon Holt is the author of a series of Award winning sing-a-long books written in Te Reo. This is a resource the children use every day. The books aim to make … Continue reading
Our Annual Family Fun Night at Morrinsville School Pool was held on Thursday, 3rd March. We had a fun evening of swimming, having a picnic tea and spending time getting to know each other better. Thank you also to Morrinsville … Continue reading
We have enjoyed welcoming back our tamariki and whānau to the kindergarten. It is time for renewing old friendships and making new ones. On these hot days we have been enjoying cooling off under the sprinkler.
On Monday, 23rd November we went on an excursion to Bullswool Farm. There were many animals for us to look at and feed, including miniature horses, pigs, sheep, chickens, ducks, emu and donkeys. There was also lots of other interactive … Continue reading